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I have a hannspred 22'/HF229H, and i can't get the picture to not be in a stretch mode. this ruins the fun of looking at my vacation pics. i followed the advice of one solution tip - go to menu,then image settings and then change from HDMI mode to PC mode. that is not an option on the image settings menu. any other suggestions?

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Try this driver for Hannspree HF229H:
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